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Longines Rankings

Rankings No 219 (31.03.2019)

1. Steve GUERDAT (SUI) with 3175 pts
2. Mclain WARD (USA) with 2930 pts
3. Peder FREDRICSON (SWE) with 2870 pts


Dressage Rankings

Rankings No 219 (31/03/2019)
1. Isabell WERTH (GER) with 2794 pts
2. Laura GRAVES (USA) with 2706 pts
3. Isabell WERTH (GER) with 2690 pts


Eventing Rankings

Rankings No. 148 (30.03.2019)
1. Oliver TOWNEND (GBR) with 569 pts
2. Rosalind CANTER (GBR) with 564 pts
3. Tim Price (NZL) with 514 pts


Driving Standings

All Driving Standings can be viewed here.


Endurance Rankings

Rankings No. 3 (31.03.2019)
1. Cheryl VAN DEUSEN (USA) with 511 points
2. Ghaith Abdul Wahid Khamis SAQER (UAE) with 452 points
3. Mohamed Hamoud Humaid AL GHAILANI (UAE) with 415 points


Vaulting Champions

Rankings for Women, Men, Pas-de-Deux can be viewed here

Reining Rankings

Rankings for Seniors, Young Riders & Juniors can be viewed here


latest press news See all news

Guerdat shows nerves of steel to seal his third title

7 Apr 2019

by Louise Parkes   Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat (36) showed exactly why he is the No. 1 rider in the world right now when holding his nerve under the most intense pressure to take the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2019 title at the Scandinavium...

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Werth proves unbeatable one more time

6 Apr 2019

by Louise Parkes   In a competition that built to an incredible crescendo, Germany’s Isabell Werth (49) stood firm to win the FEI Dressage World Cup™ title for the fifth time in her extraordinary career. They came from all around the globe to take...

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Spain’s Aznar jumps into the lead, but Sweden’s Fredricson steals the show

5 Apr 2019

by Louise Parkes   When yesterday’s first-round winner, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat, said today’s second competition at the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2019 in Gothenburg (SWE) would shake up the leaderboard, he wasn’t wrong. A single...

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